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    The Legend Of Heroes III: Song Of The Ocean PSP

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    Publisher: Namco
    Category: RPG
    Release Date: 25/01/07

    Things in the Numeros Empire just aren't right. And you, playing as Forte, just aren't going to take it any more! Forte is a young musician in the rich universe of the Legend of Heroes universe. This standalone story features a brand-new adventure and all-new characters and NPCs - over 100 of them! Lead your band of wandering musicians on a quest to discover a long-forgotten song of mysterious power left behind by a legendary composer. The quest, with over fifty hours of gameplay, will determine the fate of the world. A unique pet system allows for new depth of immersion and the ability to save anywhere means you never have to go back..

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    Thanks Sen, and will add this to the list now!

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    It's out! Grab yours today!

    UMD firmware 2.71..
    Working on OE & devhook..
    Raw file size = 834 MB
    Remove Update Folder & Boot.bin + Optimize & CSO = 720 MB

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    how do you get this to work on oe? do you need to use popstation to do it??

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    This is a PSP game, not a PSX game so u don't need to use popstation to convert.. Just put the LOH3 UMD inside the UMD slot to play.. -_-

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    I have the Iso but ok then?

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    Unless you type longer and more detailed replies, expect nothing less than a ban here rican199. Nobody wants to read your 1 sentence useless dribble, so consider this your ONLY warning.

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    [insert your favourite swear-word] I can't get the game to work on my PSP running 3.10 OE-A2 T_T I always get the "game could not be started"-error but it was reported to work.

    Do I need to change something? I kept both the CPU-speeds at default and disabled the NO-UMD option.

    Probably a bad dump, I guess... Size is 753.832.337 Bytes cso'ed with update removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwalothion View Post
    [insert your favourite swear-word] I can't get the game to work on my PSP running 3.10 OE-A2 T_T I always get the "game could not be started"-error but it was reported to work.

    Do I need to change something? I kept both the CPU-speeds at default and disabled the NO-UMD option.

    Probably a bad dump, I guess... Size is 753.832.337 Bytes cso'ed with update removed.
    do you have a game umd in the umd drive?

    go to recovery menu and see if your "use boot.bin" option is disabled.

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    Yup, there was a game inserted and the option already was disabled. But after I tried to start the game with devhook it also crashed. Since both methods were reported to work, it was kind of obvious that the problem was the backup itself. After I got a different one, it worked like a charm.

    The rightful order has been restored


    Still, thank you for your help, sticky!

 

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